Hoosac Valley Announces Second Quarter Honor Roll

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CHESHIRE, Mass. — Hoosac Valley High School has announced its honor roll for the second quarter of the 2018-19 school year.

High Honors

Grade 12: Dominic Acquista, Derek Alibozek, Victoria Alibozek, Paige Barrow, Jamie Barthe, Lucas Bradley, Katherine Braman, Kelsey Charon, Nolan Christen, Natiya Cilli, Breanne Deluca, Selena Dominguez, Lauren Faucher, Marina Fortier, Jacob Halverson, Arianna Harrington, Paolo Kareh, John Krol, Suki Liang, Ashlee Meczywor, Miranda Sawyer, Cassidy Smith, Brandon Sumner, Briana Valois, Cameron Wagoner, Haley Winchell, Anna Zanolo.

Grade 11: Sophia Acquista, Kathryn Bentz, Syrah Bradley, Jacqueline Case, Kelsey Clark, Joseph Delmolino, Gabrielle Glasier, Derick Jimenez, Grace Kronick, Douglas LaDouceur, Jenna Levesque, Shaleigh Levesque, Christopher Nimmons, Evan Norcross, Daniel Pompi, Riley Robinson, Colby Rougeau, Henry Sniezek, Peter Suriner, Anthony Tassone, Luc Trombley, Patrick Walsh, Malina Ziaja.

Grade 10: Nicholas Alibozek, Annabelle Canales, Jaylance Dela Cruz, Jayrod Dela Cruz, Amie Ginthwain, Jessica Isbell, Sydni Jamros, Sharaya Keele, Erica Langnickel, Kylee Legg, Madison Puppolo, Ambika Sharma, Aleah Tarjick, Emma Thurston, Maia Trudeau.

Grade Nine: Olivia Abbott, Abby Bird, Lillian Boudreau, Aaron Bush, Karyssa Charon, Ashlee Davis, Christopher Fortier, Alyssa Garabedian, Shaun Kastner, Chelsea Krutiak, Brodie Lanoue, Carson Meczywor, Zachary Morin, Tyler Norcross, Jennifer Prokopowicz, Alena Rehill, Sydney Roberts, Matthew Tassone, Nicholas Walsh, Rosemary Ziarnik.

Grade Eight: Noah Braman, Ian Cappiello, Erin Ciempa, Alyson Civello, Jolyn Davis, Lauren Davis, Megan Dubreuil, Owen Dubreuil, Zachary Gaylord, Danielle Glasier, Trinity Greer, Abigail Gutekunst, Addison Hayer, Tia Kareh, Chloe King, Ivan Liang, Aaron Livsey, Joshua Livsey, Samantha Loholdt, Alexis Malloy, Colby Marko, Max Morin, Zoe Parrott, Zack Sawyer, Kathryn Scholz, Matthew Szabo, Michael Szabo, Macey Tatro, Anelia Ziaja.

Honors

Grade 12: Brendan Braica, Kelsey Bulson, Marina Cairns, Dejia Cook, Joseph Degere, Paityn Dunn, Kendra Hayden, Dunkyn Giblin, Shelby Glasier, Si-Yuan Hsiao, Devin Kogut, Samuel Larabee, Brady Larkin, Chloe Martel, Alison Mendel, Connor Pratt, Reece Shugrue, Maverick Sumner, Carly Wright.



Grade 11: Kenneth Chesbro, Jayna Civello, Cole Desroches, Sarah Field, Cairagan Greene, Jackson Keplinger, Kaylee Lemieux, Hallie Martel, Madelaine Martin, Aiden Maturski, Savannah Morehouse, Nolan Roberts, Cameron Volff, Kelsey Wohrle, Katelyn Wojtaszek, Korey Zink.

Grade 10: Rylie Bishop, Felicia Braica, Esther Chilson, Corben Craig, Anthony Harris, Abigal Hugger, Lana Kingsley, Austin Morin, Allison Murphy, Justin Patten, Jacob Soule, Kristen Wilczak, Annabellinda Wright.

Grade Nine: Bryanna Costine, Ryan Czupryna, Joseph Davis, Charles Jean, Alexis LaDouceur, Justin Levesque, Abigael McAllister, Averie McGrath, Leona Olver, Natalie Pompi, Frankie Scialabba, Arianna Ward.

Grade Eight: Paris Clark, Christopher Diesz, Mireille Gwozdz, Madeline Lamke, Samara Maxwell, Antonio Millard, Dominick Pause, Evan Scarpitto, Matthew Valotta.


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